Cellucor CLK

Cellucor CLK reviewCellucor CLK is a stimulant-free fat loss supplement manufactured by Nutrabolt. This OTC dietary supplement for weight loss supposedly suppresses appetite, boosts metabolism and helps users to manage their weight.

Each Cellucor CLK softgel contains: CLA and a Stimulant Free Toning Blend which is composed of L-Carnitine Tartrate, Razberi-K Raspberry Ketones, Slimpro Protein Hydrolysates of Blue Whiting (Micromesistius poutassou).

If you’ve researched several diet pills, the first three ingredients in the above list should look familiar as they can be found in many products on the non-prescription weight loss market. CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) is an ingredient that is believed to help the body use food for fuel and supports lean muscle development. L-Carnitine Tartrate is an amino acid that plays a vital role in the transportation of fatty acids for energy. Razberi-K contains raspberries, which is considered a super-food that is high in antioxidants and contains a ketone that may support healthy weight loss by aiding in the decomposition of fat.

The final active ingredient, which you may or may not have heard of before is Slimpro Protein Hydrolysates of Blue Whiting (Micromesistius poutassou). This ingredient is the one that the manufacturer draws the most attention to on the product page for Cellucor CLK. Slimpro is a naturally derived fish extract. According to Cellucor it helps to trigger the feeling of satiety to control appetite.

The good news is that Cellucor CLK does not contain any stimulants, which means that users do not need to worry about unpleasant stimulate-related side effects, such as those associated with caffeine, like insomnia, jitters, anxiety, racing heartbeat, headache, and so on. Furthermore, the manufacturer does instruct users to speak with their healthcare professional prior to taking this diet pill, especially if they have been treated for, diagnosed with or have a family history of any medical condition or are taking any prescription or OTC medication.

The bad news is that there is no solid scientific evidence that proves any of the ingredients used in this product will result in or aid with weight loss. Furthermore, while users might not need to worry about stimulant-related side effects, some of the ingredients in Cellucor CLK including CLA and L-Carnitine Tartrate can cause stomach upset, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and fatigue. L-Carnitine can also cause seizures as well as give breath, sweat and urine a fishy odor.

Users are instructed to take 3 softgels in the morning and 3 softgels in the afternoon and are warned not to exceed 6 softgels per day. At the time this review was written, Cellucor CLK was an expensive product. A bottle containing 60 softgels (a 10 day supply) cost $49.99 and a bottle of 90 softgels (a 15 day supply) cost $69.99.

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